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02 Dec 2019
Progress report |  | 02 Dec 2019

Coring the sedimentary expression of the early Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event: new stratigraphic records from the Tethys Ocean

Elisabetta Erba, Gabriele Gambacorta, Stefano Visentin, Liyenne Cavalheiro, Dario Reolon, Giulia Faucher, and Matteo Pegoraro


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Short summary
The Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (T-OAE) was cored at Colle di Sogno and Gajum in the Lombardy Basin (northern Italy), where pelagic successions guarantee a continuous record of this paleoenvironmental perturbation. The Sogno and Gajum cores recovered high-quality sediments deposited prior to, during, and after the T-OAE. Ongoing research is devoted to reconstructing the marine ecosystem dynamics and resilience under short- and long-term perturbations analogous to current global changes.